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Ben & Jerry’s Is Finally Making A Dairy-Free Ice Cream

by Brianne Hogan

[Update: According to new information, B&J is not committed to the 2016 release date. More here.] Vegans screamed for ice cream and Ben & Jerry’s have finally heard: the ice

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WATCH: ‘Love Inside Your Tummy,’ A Musical Look At The Realities of Eating Meat

by Brianne Hogan

“Love Inside Your Tummy” is a musical animated interactive experience that reveals the dark realities of eating meat, as well as explores the environmental implications linked to factory farming. The

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France Takes Bullfighting Off Cultural Heritage List

by Natalia Lima

Thanks to pressure from animals rights activists, France has removed bullfighting from its cultural heritage list. Usually it is Spain that comes to mind when the subject of bullfighting is

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‘Water Bars’ Are a Thing Now

by Brianne Hogan

Martin Riese is introducing the U.S. to a new phenomenom called, water bars:  bars that serve just water. The 38-year-old German citizen is a water sommelier (yes, that’s a thing)

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Beloved Joshua Trees May Fall Victim To Climate Change

by Brianne Hogan

Joshua tree seedlings in the California desert are shrinking and dying before they are able to spread their strong roots, and an ecologist wants to know why. Ecologist Cameron Barrows

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Chinese to Use Monkeys in Head Transplant Experiment

by Natalia Lima

Scientists in China are planning on breaking new ground soon, performing the first ever successful head transplant. Unfortunately, they will do so with subjects that do not agree to the

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Washington Breaks Ground on First Animal Overpass

by Anthony Marcusa

This week will mark a first for Washington, as the state breaks ground in construction for their inaugural animal overpass. Interstate 90 in the Northwest cuts through the forests and

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